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What is the best way to get over someone who did u wrong?
Posted 5/20/12

MokaForTheWin wrote:

I had a love potion right before seeing you.


What have I done to deserve such a compliment? Thank you! Kinda rare to see a well mannered kid nowadays.
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Posted 5/20/12
I pout and stomp my feet. Just kidding. I usually dwell upon it and then I may forgive but I don't forget.
Posted 5/20/12

underlock wrote:


MokaForTheWin wrote:

I had a love potion right before seeing you.


What have I done to deserve such a compliment? Thank you! Kinda rare to see a well mannered kid nowadays.


i pity you, spending hours of your time on the internet and waiting for my next reply and changing them since you know you got nothing to say,please go enjoy life a little more
Posted 5/20/12

MokaForTheWin wrote:

HEYYEYAAEYAAAEYAEYAA


What's going on?!
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Posted 5/25/12
I still haven't forgotten him...

Posted 6/30/12
dump.drink.move on
Posted 6/30/12
there is no way to forget, stop trying to erase ur memorys pansys
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Posted 6/30/12
Endure the perceived pain and humiliation for however long it takes to heal, forgive, move on with your life. It's not easy; actually, doing that is hard. But look what you have allowed that person to do to you. If it's too painful to purge right away, tolerate it, heal, forgive, heal, move on. If it's still not working out seek someone in the healing arts who can assist you. There is certainly no shame in doing that if you wish to get on with your life without the tyranny and baggage of that loss.

There is no joy being "stuck". But they are not doing this to you. You are the 1 setting yourself up for the KO punch....again, again, and again. Metaphorically, which is more relevant to you: being the cue ball or the pool table itself?
Posted 6/30/12
Occupy yourself. Work, watch anime, read, draw, write, go out with friends, spend some money on yourself, whatever. When getting over someone, I find myself burying myself in my school work, to get my mind off of them. Never sit idly, since you're basically begging for your brain to torture yourself with thoughts of/about them. Hope the heart break heals soon. ^o^
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Posted 6/30/12
I've never suffered heartbreak over a romantic relationship, but I did lose a very good, old friend a couple of years ago, and it hit me really hard. Unfortunately, I can't offer advise because I didn't really deal with it well at all. The only thing that made it better was in the end, we made up, and are friends again now.
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Posted 6/30/12
it sounds redundant, but ya gotta surround yourself with uplifting vibes & channel your priorities.

i got burned a couple months ago, but i'm steadily climbing back!
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Posted 6/30/12

_AppleDazzle wrote:

dump.drink.move on


LOL awesome answer xD

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Posted 6/30/12
Kill them. Or just find someone new to flirt with to get em off your mind and to find a new boo or girl.
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Posted 7/1/12
move on don't let them control your life.
Posted 7/1/12
I'm the type who goes to cry and eat ice cream for a day and then the next day I'm just like " whatevs...." I didn't speak to my ex for ages or even look at him and he wanted me back after a few weeks. Sometimes acting like you don't give a shit works, but in this case...I really didn't give a shit
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